The British Banking Association is in for a downfall with LIBOR rigging – where are the ethical standards in British business, asks the City Grump.
As the skills-gap is widening, business owners are struggling to find the talent they need. Yet, few are devoting more resources to training. Whose turn is it to go back to school?
Meet 11 trailblazers making a mark on Britain: Congratulations to the pioneering women honoured at the First Women Awards 2012 on June 28!
New HR technologies that turn employee data into the ideal recruitment tool are finally becoming affordable. The mid-market will use them first, believes Nic Scott.
Having the courage to reinvent yourself can open doors to success for a mid-sized business. Samantha Sida tells her story of taking that risk.
The transition from online to mobile is deemed to be as important as the move from offline to online. Be mindful of how to find your way in this turbulent environment – it will soon change the way we work.
Stop sneering at lifestyle business owners – they can teach us how to work smarter, not harder, says Jan Cavelle.
We're excited to be assembling Britain's most pioneering businesswomen – Real Business will be hosting the First Women awards in central London tomorrow.
If you’re considering selling or buying part of a company, make sure you know what rights your staff have under TUPE, warns Julie Sillito.
Mid-caps planning to export should look for support from local embassies and high commissioners, panelists at the Investec Entrepreneurs' Summit agreed.
Can we really allow our education system to slip back into the stigma where practical education is considered second class”
The MD of McLaren Applied Technologies talked about the secrets behind a high performance business at the Investec Entrepreneurs' Summit.